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Plusieurs pilotes à l’honneur en pré-bilan de Dijon
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La finale se prépare par étapes
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The RG Racing team travelled to Cadwell Park, Lincolshire for the third time this year for the penultimate round of the British Superkart Championships.Fortunately the forecast for the weekend was dry – the complete opposite weather to that experienced at the mud bath Cadwell Park GP event in July. The 125 Open kart driven by Ben Willshire 24 from Southview, Basingstoke took to the circuit for qualifying with new his new stealth like all over Black bodywork. Willshire completed 7 laps of the full Cadwell Park circuit, setting a time to position himself 5th on the grid for race 1 before having to retire from the session with engine problems. At the exit of Mansfield. The RG Racing team worked hard to rebuild Willshire’s clutch and ensure that the kart was on the grid for Race 1. A good start from Willshire saw him up into 4th on the exit of Charlie’s, taking a wide line around Mick Glasby at Coppice. A lack of engine power has proved frustrating for the team this year and this proved the case as the pack rounded onto Park straight and Willshire was swallowed up and knocked back down to 6th position. Despite this Ben Willshire held on with a consistent drive and as other dropped out of the race he worked his way back into a comfortable 3rd place, crossing the line behind 2006 British Champion, Paul Platt and this year’s likely champion, Mark Bramhall. “I couldn’t believe it after the race when the team told me I had finished 3rd” said the Basingstoke based driver. “I thought I was lying in 5th position and apparently the team were signalling to me that I was in 3rd from the pit wall but I was so focused on the race I hadn’t seen the message. I was very happy- we have worked hard this year to compete with teams on larger budgets and made sure our reliability is second to none. Its very satisfying to gain some recognition with a podium finish” Heading into race 2 Willshire again had a good get away from the line and maintained 3rd place around onto Park Straight. Lack of power again proved frustrating for Willshire as he slowly dropped back to 6th place at the end of the race. However the 2 race results overall saw Willshire take 3rd place and leave Cadwell Park with an overall Podium finish. Willshire now lies 7th in the British Superkart Championship and looks forward to fighting for more points at the final championship round at the Formula 1 host circuit, Silverstone, on 3rd and 4th November where the championship will support the annual Walter Hayes Formula Ford race event. Anyone interested in supporting Ben can contact him via RG Racing at www.rgracing.co.uk Ben would like to thank the team for all their help so far this season. TEAM SPONSORS

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